Porsche Panamera Exclusive Will Set You Back
For the head of state, wealthy entrepreneur, or evil villain looking for a dash of exclusivity with a look of relative anonymity, may we present to you Porsche’s latest high-horsepower offering: the Panamera Exclusive Series.Like the already ritzy Panamera Turbo S Executive line that it’s based upon, the Panamera Exclusive boasts 570 horsepower, all-wheel-drive, and all the latest Porsche gadgetry, plus a low-low production run of only 100 vehicles. You can see it in full when it unveils at the 2014 Los Angeles Motor Show. PHOTOS: Take a closer look at the 2014 Porsche Panamera Turbo S
The Panamera Exclusive starts off its list of features with a lengthened wheelbase over its lower spec siblings, which denotes increased rear legroom, a noteworthy addition for those looking to be driven rather than drive.
While you’re back there, you can take in the Panamera Exclusive’s all-new Rear Seat Entertainment System Plus, which includes two high-resolution 10.1-inch touchscreens, built-in cameras, DVD players, mobile Internet access, and a Burmester sound system.
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The posh Porsche boasts a sea of chestnut and black leather upholstery, reportedly hand-picked by Porsche designers for this application, as well as custom interior trim elements that you won’t find on other models. On the outside, the Panamera dresses in a two-tone black and chestnut paint job – a first for Porsche – matched by its similarly exclusive 20-inch black Sport Classic wheels and hand-made badges.
Still not sold? Buyers will even receive a custom-made luggage set, though regrettably you have to pay extra for a Porsche badge on those.
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Alas, all those bits and bobs come at a steep price – $263,900, which by any analysis is a lot of money. But for the person who can’t drive what the Jones do…we found your car.
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